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Ran my QNIX at 120hz for the past 2.5 years.
Died on me last night. RIP.
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Hello,

I seem to be running into an issue. No matter what I do, I cannot get my Qnix to go above 60hz... Previously I have been running it at 96hz without issues for over a year and a half. I have been noticing I was not able to select 96hz anymore in some games, but I finally confirmed that it is only recognizing 60hz no matter what. It accepts my custom profile in the control panel, but it still only shows 60hz. Previously all I did was set it in the control panel and it worked when I went to the "test" sites to see if it registered 96hz without skipping, which it did. Now even trying the qnix driver and Nvidia patch etc, I cannot get it beyond 60.

I'm running SLI 980 Ti's

Any Ideas?

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by TomcatV View Post


Nice! thumb.gif .... BUT 144Hz? Wow! There are a few of us that can push 130Hz but I'd like to see the frame drop/NVCP screenies for 144Hz

Also just ditch the converter/and Korean plug and use a std 3-prong power cable

Just leaving it on automatic I get this, get no dropped frames after taking 5 or so pics:




And as for the 3-prong will anyone pretty much do? Have one from an old monitor that says 300v SJT on it.
post #24364 of 25969
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pockoface Hi,

I just saw your post about the n-mofset burnt the 540N-3811G,
I have the same board as you and recently my screen just stopped working and all I get from it is just a popping noise from the speaker and a blinking blue light.
I took the board out to check if there's any blown capacitor and found nothing and the boom! found your post and I feel lile you can be my saviour!
So... How do you check for a burnt n-mofset?

Thanks,
A very desperate man wishing for his monitor back.

P.S.

I found this post too, it's about n-mofset but not the same board though
http://www.overclock.net/t/1471025/problems-solutions-crossover-catleap-qnix-shimiam-27-2560x1440-monitors-bought-online-how-long-did-it-last
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Me
Hi,
thanks for contacting me, i know what you feel... anyway my monitor was used so i sent it back to the seller for a refund "long story", but he gave me a wrong address and no more reply so there is a possibility that i'll get the money back and a monitor to repair "thanks paypal" so please keep in touch. Having said that, i didn't have the exact same problem since my monitor didn't actually turn on after the mosfet broke emitting smoke, initially i too expected a blown capacitor and took me some time to find out the problem so look closely for it. Sadly i didn't find the mosfet specifics and there is also not guaranteed that replacing the said component "or another one" will fix the problem, so the best thing to do would be finding a replacing pcb or if you still can ask for a replacement one if the monitor is still in warranty.

I really hope that we will find a solution, tell me if you find something.
somebody can help us please? is likely that what we need is a replacement pcb for the right price.
post #24365 of 25969
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Originally Posted by Geglamash View Post

Ran my QNIX at 120hz for the past 2.5 years.
Died on me last night. RIP.
Come with us and join the Official Broken Qnix/X-Star 1440p Monitor Club!
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Originally Posted by Firequake View Post

Come with us and join the Official Broken Qnix/X-Star 1440p Monitor Club!

One of the reasons I am scared to buy one :/
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Speaking of which
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Originally Posted by Tim Drake View Post

One of the reasons I am scared to buy one :/
Don't be. Been running mine solidly for a year at 96hz. Granted it's only a year but it's a great deal. Way better than the $800 for the Acer or Asus.
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Hi, I'm trying to set the default refresh rate to the overclocked rate. Before with an ATI card I was using the CRU which could set the oc rate as default. I cant seem to do it with the Nvidia control panel. Custom refreshes work fine but some games seem to pick up the native 60hz rate and I cant get it to do higher. Is there a trick to setting this?

Thanks!

Win 10 x64
Qnix 2710
GTX 780Ti

I'm sorry if this has been covered before but my search didn't yield the answer.


Edit: interesting, it seems like the INF got unistalled when I upgraded to Win 10. I'll updated that and report back.

Edit: yep, that was it. I had to disable signature verification and reinstall the inf after the win10 update
Edited by TooYellow - 11/11/15 at 2:33pm
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Was able to get 110hz on my new monitor w/ 980ti.

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Originally Posted by jdstock76 View Post

Speaking of which
Don't be. Been running mine solidly for a year at 96hz. Granted it's only a year but it's a great deal. Way better than the $800 for the Acer or Asus.

Yeah, i'm talking long term.

I was meaning between like 3+ years
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